Free Training Available
Rebuild Florida is a 4-year grant that provides education to individuals to support hurricane recovery activities, particularly the repair and rebuilding of damaged homes and businesses.
Qualified Individuals Are:
- Resident of Gadsden, Leon, or Wakulla county
- Authorized to work in the United States
- At least 18 years old
- Able to provide proof of identity
- Able to provide documentation of low to moderate income
Individuals that don’t qualify are provided access to TCC Admissions Navigators and support services for scholarships, applications, etc.
Steps to Apply
Participants will need to provide documentation regarding income, work authorizations, identity, age, and other sources relating to Hurricane Michael.
All students begin in the 2-week Pathfinder Academy. Discover your career pathway to success. Rebuild Pathfinder Academy
Career Pathway Options
350 Clock Hours – 5 months
- NCCER Core Certification
- NCCER Level 1 Carpentry Certification
- NCCER Level 1 Plumbing Certification
- NCCER Level 1 Electrical Certification
Drone Technology (Unmanned Vehicle Systems)
54 Clock Hours – 8 weeks
- Agriculture Associate AEST Certification
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Agriculture Specialist AEST Certification
Class Schedule and Locations
Classes will be held throughout Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla County areas and will be available during the day and evening based upon scheduling.
Fall Class Schedule
Wakulla Country Training Offerings at Wakulla Environmental Institute
170 Preservation Way, Crawfordville, FL 32327
223 S. Pat Thomas Parkway, Quincy, FL 3235
Advanced Manufacturing Training Center
3958 W. Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304
Find more information regarding Florida Commerce (Formally known as Department of Economic Opportunity)
How to Submit a Complaint about a Fraud, Waste or Abuse allegation
To file a complaint to TCC, send detailed information about the Fraud, Waste or Abuse allegation in writing to the Vice President for Administrative Services and Chief Business Officer in accordance with Policy po8900: Anti-Fraud: Tallahassee Community College Attn:
VP Barbara Wills
Address: 444 Appleyard Drive Tallahassee, FL 32304-2895
Include the following information with your complaint:
- Who committed the alleged violation?
- What violation are your alleging? Describe in detail what the subject did that was improper. Please indicate when this occurred, where it occurred, how it occurred, and identify any other witnesses who have information about the alleged violation. Please identify any evidence you have that is relevant to the alleged violation
- Have you notified anyone else or any other agency of the allegation(s)
- If yes, to whom and what were the results?
You may remain anonymous if you choose. However, it is most beneficial if we have the ability to contact you for additional information and/or clarification of the issues you are reporting. All complaints are reviewed by the investigative staff and either answered with existing information, investigated, or referred to management, another agency or law enforcement.
Additionally, any complaints or allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, or noncompliance reported to TCC involving WRTP participants or funds will be reported to the DEO Office of Inspector General within 10 business days of receipt of formal written complaint. Instances of suspected fraud, waste, and abuse should be reported to the DEO Office of Inspector General and to the HUD OIG Fraud Hotline at:
- Office of Inspector General Florida Department of Economic Opportunity 107 East Madison Street Caldwell Building, MSC 300 Tallahassee, FL 32399-4126 (850) 245-7135, OIG@deo.myflorida.com, Online complaint form.
- HUD Inspector General Hotline (GFI) 451 7th Street, SW Washington, DC 20410 1-800-347-3735 firstname.lastname@example.org
- More information and online complaint form: www.hudoig.gov/report-fraud
This training is made available through the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity's Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program. Launched with Federal Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery funding will assist communities affected by Hurricane Michael, the Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program trains Floridians in the construction trades necessary to support disaster recovery efforts. For more information visit www.RebuildFlorida.gov.